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Key Facts

How cheap is the 107 to run? Well, these will usually deliver in excess of 60 mpg, provided the driver isn’t overenthusiastic with the accelerator. Its looks hide a rather sophisticated little 1.0-litre engine that, despite producing just 68 bhp, happens to pack quite a punch. Three or five-door models are available, while the on-board tech varies from trim to trim, with the most expensive Allures having MP3 and Bluetooth connectivity.

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Why buy a Peugeot 107?

A 107 is a great, cheaper alternative to its Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo siblings; doing everything just as well but at a lower price. Developed by the three manufacturers together, they’re all essentially the same car underneath.

In terms of style, it has stood the test of time, while as a first car for a student, young professional or even as a company vehicle for a small business, it fits the bill. Put simply, it’s one of the best value small cars on the used market today.

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Which Peugeot 107 is right for me?

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Back To Basics: Peugeot 107 Active

Back To Basics: Peugeot 107 Active

If fancy gadgets don’t appeal to you, the 107 Active will fit the bill, coming with air-con and an auxiliary input in the stereo if you want to play your favourite tunes from your MP3 player or phone.

For mod cons: Peugeot 107 Allure

For mod cons: Peugeot 107 Allure

The Allure is the highest spec model and can be bought for a similar price to the Active, so why pay more for less? On top of the Active spec, the Allure comes with 14-inch alloys, tinted rear windows, daytime running LEDs, leather steering wheel and gear lever gaiter and Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

The cheapest one: Peugeot 107 Urban

The cheapest one: Peugeot 107 Urban

Although it’s pretty basic compared to other cars in its class, there’s plenty of the stuff you expect these days – an airbag, adjustable steering column and remote central locking, among other things. As this particular trim was phased out before the end of the 107’s lifecycle, even the more well-equipped models are available for less than £5,000.

The five-door versions offer the greater value, as they have more space in the back for lugging around any young passengers or extra luggage if you’re going away, perhaps.

What are the Alternatives?

Similar yet different: Toyota Aygo

Similar yet different: Toyota Aygo

The recently-revamped Aygo, which is the internal mirror image of the 107’s successor the 108, is arguably better looking than most cars in its class, but beneath its funky façade lays a wealth of technology and great fuel efficiency. Reliability and durability are pretty much guaranteed, while it’s equally as handy for getting around narrow backstreets as the 107 but has more engine options.


Used Toyota Aygo

For more speed: Ford Ka

For more speed: Ford Ka

Another small car that has had a reboot, the Ka and 107 are very similar, although the Ford does have more going for it in terms of being faster and having a higher spec. However, it is slightly less fuel-efficient than the 107, so if you’re thinking about cost in the long run rather than performance or kit, the Peugeot wins by a nose.


Used Ford Ka

More For Your Money: Hyundai i10

More For Your Money: Hyundai i10

All the kit you could possibly wish for in a small car awaits if you buy one of the newer models. On top of that, you get the benefit of Hyundai’s 5 year warranty, which is good piece of mind if buying nearly new. 1.0l and 1.2l petrol engines are available, although they’re not as efficient as the 107.


Used Hyundai i10

Used Peugeot 107 reviews

PEUGEOT 107 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Comfort
7.9
Build quality
8.0
Performance
8.3
Fun to drive
8.7
Practicality
8.7
Fuel economy
9.4
Features and specification
7.6
Value for money
8.9
Overall rating
8.7
Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 72 reviews
8 out of 10

Sam

Wakefield GB Commuter
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Nice city car
Not fantastic on hills
Confirmed purchase: 29 July 2016
Published on: 09 September 2016

PEUGEOT 107 Active

10 out of 10

Jax

Oldham GB Recreational
+
Very comfortable and nippy
Nothing
Confirmed purchase: 27 July 2016
Published on: 08 September 2016

PEUGEOT 107 Active

9 out of 10

Paul

SALFORD GB Commuter
+
FUN FUEL ECONOMY AND ENGINE
SOUND SYSTEM
Confirmed purchase: 09 July 2016
Published on: 20 August 2016

PEUGEOT 107 Urban Lite

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